First thing in the morning, in the grand chateau that is The Palace of Versailles, King Louis is woken up by his personal servant, who would reside in his room along with him each night, at precisely eight o'clock in the morning. Soon following, the First Physician and First Surgeon would enter his chamber, along with his lifetime wet nurse, assuming she was still living. Then, he was rubbed down, and many more palace residents were to enter his room while he presumed many of his overdramatized morning rituals.
Next, the King would make his way to his study, which would become quite a crowded occasion. He would regally announce his schedule for the day, so all of those on the property would be aware of his whereabouts each hour. After that, the room would be cleared.
The courtiers would await the King, in the grand Gallery until the King saw it fit to go to Mass. The ministers were told as soon as he had gone to the chapel, and once again gathered in King Louis's study. Soon, Mass was held.
The King would eat his lunch alone, in his bedroom. The meal was sizable no matter the order sent out by King Louis, as the small, and very small meals both consisted of multiple courses, each with a variety of dishes. King Louis's brother, Monsieur would often attend this rituatial, supplying the King with napkins in a formal manner, if the King wished for him to stay.
The weather wasn't an issue to the King the slightest bit. At least once a week or more (if he was at a certain estate), he would hunt deer. He was a very precise shot, and often practiced this on feast days.
At roughly ten o'clock, the King's supper was served. The entire Royal Family attended this gathering, and many complained that Louis often did not show up until eleven-thirty. This meal was inclusive of many people on the estate, and most were lacking a seat.